yaser 
06202015 12:17 AM 
Re: Noisy target  problem in understanding distribution
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Originally Posted by iamds
(Post 11976)
I am not able to understand how is no loss in generality ensured by considering target distribution and not target function ?

If we can express a function as a distribution, then considering only distributions will not exclude functions, hence there would be no loss in generality. The fact that we can indeed express a function as a distribution is based on using a "delta function" which allows distributions to put all the probability on a single value of , thus making it effectively a function since is uniquely determined by .
